Snowball Bush

We call these snowball bushes, because of their big white flowers in the summer.

Then as we enter autumn they turn a shade of pink and then brown before they are gone for the winter.

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About kenssimpleview

I'm just a simple type of person who lives in west central Pennsylvania in an area known as the Laurel Highlands.
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6 Responses to Snowball Bush

  1. Northern Narratives says:

    How interesting that they turn pink.

  2. Thank you. And its easier to pronounce. lol

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